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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Pilot. 15c just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim'st at he thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1873. No. 1.

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The Poison-Flower. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Poison-Flower. BY JOHN POYLE O'REILLY. THE PILOT. Boston, January 4, 1873. In the evergreen shade of an Austral wood, Where the long branches laced above, Through which all day it seemed That the sunbeams down-gleamed bike the rays of a young mother's love When she hides her glad lace with her hands and peeps At the youngling that crows on her knee: ’Neath such ray-shivered shade, In a banksia glade, Was this flower first shown to me. * • A rich pansy it was, with a small white lip And a wonderful purple liood; And your eye caught the sheen Of its leaves, parrot-green, Down the dim Gothic aisles of the wood. And its foliage rich on the moistureless sand Made you long lor its odorous breath; Bat ah! ’twas to take To your bosom a snake, Fot its pestilent fragrance was death. And! saw it again, in a far northern land— Not a pansy, not purple and white; Yet in beauteous guise .Did this poison-plant rise Fair and fatal again to my sight. And men longed for lier kiss and her odorous b...

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The Suppression of Religious Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Suppression of Religious Orders. Translated from the Italian Expressly for Thq Pilot. |Tlio following admirable article, from the yen of the illustrious Monsignor Nardi ,*appears in La Voce delta Verita. It is distinguished by the ability and eloquence of the writer, and even in translation preserves some of the character is tics which render it so powerful in the original. ] Tlie bill is made, the law will likewise be made, and it will probably turn out to be worse than the bill. We have never doubted that it would come; we never had the slightest hope that reason, right, or the diplomatic appeals of any ■Ait the Catholic powers could be of any avail. Italy feels herself to be.stronger than they are, because she represents with greater daring and more boldness the greater force which is now in the world, and that is the revolution. It is to this terrible force that the Government owes its origin and its endurance; and it cries k> this govcrnn ent as, according to the...

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Our English Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Our English Letter. Lon don , Dec. 7,187*2. Strikes arc all the Hide In this most civilised country. Wo had the police revolt a week ago, but the gallant constables—whose sympathy for the distresses of the Royal Irish was, at 011 c time, made a matter for semi-official congratulation—have caved-in meanly, and peace reigns in Scotland Yard and the elabo-rately-sculptured bosom of Colonel Henderson. What the constables wanted is not hard to seek. They are badly paid, ill used, and looked upon in the mass as ‘ * necessary evils ” of whom it would be well to get rid, if the riddance caused no inconvenience. The bother is that by eliminating them from “the social system,” we should be letting all the thieves and cut-throats of this fearful city loose upon our wives, our children and our homes. A more unmitigated 1 heap of condensed ruffianism than exists in this bloated mej tropolis is not to be found from Yeddo to San Francisco, or from Spitzbcrgen to the Southern circumpolar ice. Had t...

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. A Thrilling Story, by the Author of “Hester’s History.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. A Thrilling Story, by the Author of “Hester’s History.” CHArTEII I. HOW THEY WERE PLANTED. Simon Finiston was the owner of Toherecvil, including Mouasterlea; and the Wicked Woods were part of the patrimony of his race. On one side of his mansion lay long stretches of unploughed fields and untrodden bog and moor. Behind him rose gracious mountains, clothed with the rich hues of gorse and broom. The thick woods wrapped him round about, and would scarce let the sun shine down upon his roof. These woods al<o crowded in brilliant masses towards the horizon on the east. The Golden Mountain, which did not belong to Simon, towered against, the Southern sky; so that the lower hills beside it looked like the ridges of a wave upon the sea. The lands of Tobereevil lie in a remote part of the west of Ireland. They had beauty at the worst of times, but now that the curse has passed away they are lovely and peaceful as a v...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

THE PILOT Ifl rtTBEISTCBD BY PATRICK DOXAHOE, S M WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MASS., TO WHOM ALI. LETTER? ABE TO BE ADDRESSED. OORBinm IN ALL CASES IN ADVANCE. Delivered by Carriers, everywhere 9!* OO *• “ six months 150 “ “ lour months 1 OO Single Subscribers, by Mail, one year 2 50 “ ,l ,k six months.... 125 ‘ • “ “ three months. 65 Ciubs oi three, or more, by Mail, one year 2 OO “ “ “ “ six mouths 1 OO “ »• “ “ three “ 50 To Ireland (U. S. postage prepaid) 3 OO Itoston Wholesale Healers t NEW ENGLAND NEWS CO., Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, 835 Washington street. BER. MCCARY, No. 3 Thatcher court, No. End.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Full ltlver, Mass.-I. P. POPE. Lnmeuce, Mass.—M. RINN. Aew Unvcn, Conn.-EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, It. I.— TILLINGIIAST & MASON : S. S. COLLINS, 23 Mattiewson street. ISew York City.— THE AMERICAN NEWS CO., 121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, IV. V.— sl. NF.VIN. Albany, A. I’.—BERNARD HUGHES, No. C 92 Broadway. Troy, A . Y.— P. .T. DOOLEY, 182 River street. Os\ve«o, A. Y. —GEORGE 11. 11 EES. Buffalo, A. Y.—T.S.HAWKS, 31 E. Seneca st. Plillartclpliia, Pa.—CENTRAL NEWS CO., 505 Chestnut street. Eric, Pa.— SELL A-BACKUS, 708 State street, ami No. 19 Park Row. Baltimore, Mil.- H.TAYLOR.Sun IronßMine Cleveland, O. —H. KRAMER, RAWSON EVANS A CO, Cincinnati. O.—THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO J.P.WAI.SH; J. RICHARDS; J.K. HAWLEY. Chienero, 111— WESTERN NEWS CO. St. Louis, Mo.— PATRICK FOX; ST. LOUIS BOOK A NEWS CO. Louisville, Ky.— A. GUNTER ;C.T. HEARING iUilwaukie, WIs.—WISCONSIN NEWS CO. ; WILLIAM ELLIS. Detroit,Midi.— J .A.ROYS; MICH.NEWS CO San Franeiseo, Cal.—M. FLOOD....

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FATHER BURKE. “Our Catholic Young Men as Children of the Church and Citizens of the Republic.” Froude’s View of Catholicity Refuted. The Intellectual Tyranny of Protestantism-Capital Hit at Political “Rings”—Unfounded Fears of the Protestant Press of Catholicity— The Catholic Church not the Enemy of the State. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

FATHER BURKE. “Our Catholic Young Men as Children of the Church and Citizens of the Republic.” Froude’s View of Catholicity Refuted. The Intellectual Tyranny of Protestantism-Capital Hit at Political “Rings”—Unfounded Fears of the Protestant Press of Catholicity — The Catholic Church not the Enemy of the State. Specially Reported for The Pilot. An immense audience crowded the Brooklyn Academy, last Sunday cveniug, to hear the Very Reverend Father Burke deliver his new lecture ou the above topic. The lecture was delivered for the benefit of the Young Men’s Catholic Association of St. Janies’ Cathedral, anew organization of the young men of Brooklyn. The audience was even more enthusiastic than usual in Its reception of the Rev. Father, and the overwhelming applause with which lie was received, as well as the hearty cheers which burst forth at every eloquent climax of his address, were a worthy tribute to the noble champion who has bo ably and effectually refuted the slanders cast as ...

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The Seven Sleepers.—A Legend. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Seven Sleepers.—A Legend. BY JOHN O’KANE For The Pilot. High o’er the gates of Ephesus the Christian sign Is seen, On which a youth Is gazing with strange, bewildered mein; He turns and seeks another gate, hut only to behold Still glittering o’er the portal a stately cross of gold. He enters, roams through many a street (but no one knows him there) As If In quest of those he knew, with puzzled, doubtful air. He paused at last where bread Is sold, drew forth a coin and said, In accents to the listeners strange: “ I hunger—give me bread.” The Baker scans with curious eye the youth and piece of gold, No coin like this he e’er hath seen—’tls sure a medal old; He eyes the stranger’s quaint attire—a crowd collects around: * * Say, youth, where had’st this ancient coin? hast thou a treasure found?* He answers: “Nay, but yesterday such coins were used by all.” They mock his tale, and him they hale to the Prefect’s tribunal. “Now, youth, thy name and residence, and what thine errand here...

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The Magnetic Telegraph a Jesuit Invention. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Magnetic Telegraph a Jesuit Invention. In one of Addison’s contributions to the Spectator (No. 211), we find the following curious instance of what may almost be considered as the foreshadowing of the electric telegraph. It is quoted from the writings of Strada, the celebrated Jesuit, who died in 1649. In his Frolusiones , a series of polished Latin essays upon rhetoric and literature, he gives an account of a chimerical correspondence between two friends, by the help of a certain loadstone, which had such virtue in it that, if touched by two several needles, when one of those needles so touched began to move, the other, though at ever so great a distance, moved at the same and in the same manner. He tells us that two friends, being each of them possessed of these needles, made a kind of dial-plate, inscribing it with twenty-four letters—in the same manner as the hours of the day are inscribed upon the ordinary dial-plate. They then fixed one of the needles on each of these plat...

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Curious Statistics of Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Curious Statistics of Marriage. To people of a statistical rather than a sentimental turn , the mathematics of marriage in different countries may prove an attractive theme of meditation. It is found that young men from fifteen to twenty years of age marry young women averaging two or three years older than themselves, but if they delay marriage until they are twenty to twentylive years old, their spouses average a vear younger than themselves; and thenceforward this difference steadily increases, till in extreme old age on the bridegroom’s part it is apt to be enormous. The inclination of octogenarians to wed misses in their teens is an every-day occurrence, but it is amusing to find in the love matches of boys that the statistics bear out the satires of Thackeray and Balzac. Again, the husbands of young women, aged twenty and under, average a little above twenty-five years, and the inequality of age diminishes thenceforward, till for women who have reached thirty the respective ag...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to December 3. MORTUARY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to December 3. MORTUARY INTELLIGENCE. ANTRIM. Death of Mr. Ferguson, of Belfast.— Mr. VYTn. Ferguson, of the firm of Ferguson Brothers, linen merchants, Belfast, was found dead in his bedroom at the White Lion Hotel, Bristol, Deo. 2nd. Death of a “ N, Y. Herald” Correspondent.—We deeply regret to announce the death of Mr. Janies F. Barry, of blaney Lodge, Kyle, county Wicklow. Mr. Barry was a journalist of great ability, and, until compelled to resign Ids ofhee through ill-health, had acted as the Irish conespondent of the New York Herald. He was the author ol several pamphlets on current political subjects; and had published in a collected form his letters on the land question addressed to the Herald. r lho deceased gentleman was a student-at-law, and was, at the close of last year, elected Auditor of the Law Students’Debating Society a position which failing health compelled him to resign a few weeks after his election The warmest hopes of a brilliant iutu...

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SECULAR INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

SECULAR INTELLIGENCE. ANTRIM. Belfast Matok Elected.— On Saturday, Nov. 30th, at a special meeting of the Belfast Town Council, Mr. Henderson, Conservative, proprietor of the Belfast News Letter, was elected Mayor for the ensuing £enr by a majority of eighteen over the iberal candidate, Alderman Hughes.— Cork Telegraph. CORK. Band for the Catholic Association.—A meeting was held on Sunday December Ist, at the Christian Brothers’ Schools, for the purpose of establishing a brass band in connection with the Catholic Association Of Ireland.— Cork Telegraph, Life-Boat in Queenstown.— Captain Robertson, an officer connected with the National Life-boat Institution, arrived in Queenstown, Dec. 3. The object of this gentleman’s visit is to determine the most flt and suitable location for a life boat in In Queenstown. — Cork Telegraph. Catholic Industrial School.— The Dublin Gazette contains a notice from the Marquis of Hartington, certifying that St. Finn Barr’s Roman Catholic Industrial Sch...

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The Courts. Bankrupts and Insolvents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Courts. Bankrupts and Insolvents. George Vosey, of Rutland street, in the city of Limerick, saddler and harness maker, to surrender on Friday, Dec. 13, aud on Tuesday, Dec. 31. Cornelius Michael O’Sullivan, of Klllarney, co. Kerry, grocer and shopkeeper, to surrender on Friday, Dec. 13, and on Tuesday, Dec. 31. Insolvent Debtors— Petition filed against— Nov 30—Thomas M Egan, of 47 Lower Dominick street. In the city of Dublin, attorney-at-law. Petitions to be heard — At Sligo, Jan3 —William Ileally, late of Carrowmacarrick, county Sligo, farmer. At Carrick-on-Shannon, Jan B—Patrick8 —Patrick Conboy, late of Fennelaghta, Dromod, county Leitrim, laborer. At Monaghan, Jan. £>—Gordon Riddell, late of Ednaferkin, county Monaghan, farmer, millowner, road contractor, and flax-seed dealer. At Galway, Jan 10—John Michael Tanian,late of Daly’s-place, in the couuty of the town of Galway, grocer and spirit dealer, Maria Naylor, late of Salthill, in the county of the town of Galway...

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Hon. James L. Orr. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Hon. James L. Orr. This distinguished Irish-American, of South Carolina—who is proud of his descent—has been honored by President Grant by the nomination to the position of Alinister to Russia, on behalf of the Government of the United States. In our Department of Records of Irish-American Patriotism, we have heretofore had frequent occasion to make honorable mention of this eminent representative of our element. We find in a recent letter from Washington to our contemporary, the Boston Journal, the following reminiscence connected with Judge Orr’s speakership of the House of Representatives in 1858. “** Perley ’ writes to the Boston Journal , and recalls the eventful scenes of the Thirty-fifth Congress, in which Air. Orr was the Speaker, and especially the turning contest of tlie anti-slavery struggle, on Alonday,the Bth of February, 1858. It was the question whether Buchanan’s Message #n the Lecompten Constitution of Kansas should be referred to the Democratic Committee on Territo...

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The Saturday Review on Mr. Froude. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Saturday Review on Mr. Froude. ! The most severe castigation which the writer of that amusing but mischievous romance, “ The English in Ireland,” has I yet received now lies on our editorial desk. : It Is not the trenchant letter of Mr. Prendergast, nor the eloquent oration of the great Irish Dominican—it is an article from the pages of the Saturday Ileciew. We need scarcely say that the Saturday Revieio is not a iournal the writers for which would be led astray by any passionate sympathies with the wrongs or any strong liking for the people of Ireland. The writer of the article in question speaks, indeed, in more than one place, of Ireland with that contemptuous hauteur which marks the trueborn Englishman. But the writer is a sound and erudite critic, he examines Mr. Eroude’s hook by the light of the great canons of the critical art, and he shows beyond yea or nay that it is as utterly worthless a rhapsody as that * ‘ great paradox ” called the History of England, which was in ...

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Fair at Salem. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Fair at Salem. The Sisters of Charity of Salem, Mass., respectfully announce that they propose holding a Fair to enable them to erect a larger and more suitable building than the one they now occupy. The ladies who have kindly condescended to hold tables are—Mrs. Looby, Miss KateMulilig, Mrs. Kelihan, Lyons, Wentzell, Welch, Cassell (refreshment table), Mrs. Conway, Egan, Winters. Campbell, Miss Powers, and others, of whom we shall give the names later. The Sisters confidently hope that the blessing of God will be upon this good undertaking, which is done for tho sole purpose of relieving the destitute, to whose welfare every land heart feels inclined to sacrifice, not only the superfluous but even a share of the necessaries of life. For, after all,our happiness here below is so connected with thatof our neighbor, that when we can render a man happy we feel happier, and experience proves that the more we deprive ourselves lor the poor the better we are before God and man. Happy then...

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The Great Residences of Dublin. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Great Residences of Dublin. I Though Dublin is now deserted by the aristocracy, most of the grand-seigneur mansions are still standing. Leinster House, built about 1760, and said to have served as j a model for the “White House,” was in [lBl5 sold by the duke to the Royal Dublin | Society. Up to 1868 the Duke of Leinster was Ireland’s only duke, and the house is certainly a stately and appropriate ducal residence. It must, however, be confessed that there is something decidediy triste and severe about this big mansion. A celebrated whilom tenant of it, Lord Edward Fitzger- ] aid, appeared to think so, for in 1791 he writes to his mother, after his return from I the bright and sunny atmosphere of America : “ I confess Leinster House does not inspire the brightest ideas. By-the-by, what a melancholy house it isl You can’t conceive how much it appeared so when first we came from Kildare.” It was at Leinster House that “ Lord Edward”—he is to this day always thus known by the [ peop...

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